Wednesday, May 08, 2019

ZeroWater's Advanced 5-Stage Water Filtration System .@ZeroWaterFilter

ZeroWater's Advanced 5-Stage Water Filtration System Outperforms the Leading Brand in a 3rd Party Laboratory Test of Arsenic Removal. 

Science Direct environmental research confirms that "ZeroWater®, reduced the arsenic concentration from 10 μg/L and 100 μg/L to below 0.05 μg/L It also reduced the arsenic concentration from well water samples obtained in NH containing 42 μg/L of arsenic to below 0.05 μg/L, and from water containing 1000 μg/L of arsenic to 2.6 μg/L, a value below the EPA MCL level of 10 μg/L. If properly used and maintained, the ZeroWater® water pitcher filter is a cost effective, short term solution to remove arsenic from drinking water and it eliminates plastic waste associated with bottled water."
Zerowater� Leaves [000ppm] Dissolved Solids Behind, Brita� Leaves a lot More [120ppm]
ZeroWater’s urges consumers who are concerned about arsenic in their drinking water to do their research and get the best filter they can for their situation. Not all filters are created equally and the most popular brand may not deliver the performance you need.


About ZeroWater®

ZeroWater delivers high performance water filtration to consumers through its advanced 5-stage ion exchange filter, which removes virtually all total dissolved solids (TDS), making ZeroWater the only gravity-fed filtration system to match the TDS levels found in Purified Bottled Water.  ZeroWater is the only pour through water filtration systems on the market that is NSF certified for both Lead and Chromium.

ZeroWater’s product lines include BPA-free plastic, stainless steel and glass pitchers and dispensers ranging from 6- Cup to 40- Cup capacity. All ZeroWater products come with a free water quality meter to show the 5-stage filtration technology at work removing 99.6% of Total Dissolved Solids. For more information, visit ZeroWater.com.

I received complimentary product.


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